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Title - Follow Your Heart
Location - Bali, Indonesia
Dates: November 17, 2014 to November 20, 2014
This whole trip originated around Bali from the beginning. I had always been craving just a little something more in life and I couldn’t put my finger on it. I’m happy, I’m successful in my own right, I have great family and awesome friends. So what do I want? I think it was the ability to make my mark and ...
... Dua mall by complimentary shuttle bus. We didn’t buy anything like the rest of the droves of tourists, as there weren’t really any bargains except for a Balinese kite. We swam in the pool in the afternoon which was a welcome escape from the heat.
We had one day left to spend however we wanted, so we hired bikes and rode along the shore front and looked into the resorts that we couldn’t afford. It was pretty warm so we stopped for a ...
... jump onto a woman's back! There was a lot of mothers with their babies who were always a little weary of people getting too close so you kept your distance as best possible. Seeing many monkeys in Malaysia I didn't spend too much time at the temple, took a few key photos but I went through pretty quickly. After the Monkey Temple Kabek drove me to a Agricultural Farm which also had the famous Luwek Coffee. For those who don't know what this is, well basically there is an ...
... a taxi to the airport. I had to use a white lie. I was not drunk but I knew the fact I was drinking before will make them question my story! Since that matter was sorted, another problem appeared. I needed an interpreter for my report and I don't know anyone in here that could help me. The translator from the police has arrived and as everyone already knew and understood the whole situation I had to just tell it again. But when I was explaining it, all that happened weeks ago and ...
... we were using, most of which were spices to make the famous Balinese sauce. That is the key to perfect the art of Balinese cooking, just get the sauce right and you've got it in the bag! Back at the cafe the girls had set up our work station with all the ingredients, utensils and equipment ready laid out. We had some ice cold water waiting for us which was well needed after the hot, stuffy market. We worked through the menu dish by dish, beginning by prepping ...